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...Rhoda and Ted" by Jennifer Keishin Armstrong. This is a book about the people who created and brought you The Mary Tyler Moore Show and made it a beloved favorite on oldies channels and TV-on-demand. Wrap it up with "The Joker" by Andrew...

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Arts & Entertainment

...allowed three runs, including an unearned run in the fifth. Denard Span scored on Ryan Zimmerman's double play after Tyler Moore's solo homer in the fourth tied the game.CUBS 5, BREWERS 4MILWAUKEE - Scott Feldman pitched six solid innings...

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Twins, East split a pair

...game Saturday against East Anchorage. Photo by M. Scott Moon Drawing 10 walks and scoring 10 runs off East starter Tyler Moore in a 14-7, seven-inning victory in the opener earlier Saturday, it took the Twins until the final frame to get things...

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The Legend of Pale Male

Opens Thursday, Nov 24, 2011 Synopsis: In the early '90s, a red-tailed hawk built a nest on the ledge of a building on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan; while hawks were hardly common in New York City, the bird became a frequent sight in Central Park, and a man from Belgium who had recently arrived in the city became fascinated with the hawk. The immigrant started following the hawk (nicknamed "Pale Male" for its gender and light coloring) and captured its movements with a video camera as the bird took on a certain celebrity status in New York. For the better part of two decades, the Belgian documented the hawk's habits as it found a mate and sired dozens of children, but "Pale Male" became a cause célèbre in 2004 when the tenants of the building where his nest was located declared their intention to remove it, as many New Yorkers stood up in defense of the bird. Filmmaker Frederic Lilien shares the story of one unusual bird and his human benefactors in the documentary The Legend of Pale Male. The film was an official selection at the 2009 Reel Earth Environmental Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi Cast: Mary Tyler Moore, Charles Kennedy, Lincoln Karim, Marie Winn, Alexander Fisher Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

The Legend of Pale Male

Opens Thursday, Nov 24, 2011 Synopsis: In the early '90s, a red-tailed hawk built a nest on the ledge of a building on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan; while hawks were hardly common in New York City, the bird became a frequent sight in Central Park, and a man from Belgium who had recently arrived in the city became fascinated with the hawk. The immigrant started following the hawk (nicknamed "Pale Male" for its gender and light coloring) and captured its movements with a video camera as the bird took on a certain celebrity status in New York. For the better part of two decades, the Belgian documented the hawk's habits as it found a mate and sired dozens of children, but "Pale Male" became a cause célèbre in 2004 when the tenants of the building where his nest was located declared their intention to remove it, as many New Yorkers stood up in defense of the bird. Filmmaker Frederic Lilien shares the story of one unusual bird and his human benefactors in the documentary The Legend of Pale Male. The film was an official selection at the 2009 Reel Earth Environmental Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi Cast: Mary Tyler Moore, Charles Kennedy, Lincoln Karim, Marie Winn, Alexander Fisher Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

The Legend of Pale Male

Opens Thursday, Nov 24, 2011 Synopsis: In the early '90s, a red-tailed hawk built a nest on the ledge of a building on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan; while hawks were hardly common in New York City, the bird became a frequent sight in Central Park, and a man from Belgium who had recently arrived in the city became fascinated with the hawk. The immigrant started following the hawk (nicknamed "Pale Male" for its gender and light coloring) and captured its movements with a video camera as the bird took on a certain celebrity status in New York. For the better part of two decades, the Belgian documented the hawk's habits as it found a mate and sired dozens of children, but "Pale Male" became a cause célèbre in 2004 when the tenants of the building where his nest was located declared their intention to remove it, as many New Yorkers stood up in defense of the bird. Filmmaker Frederic Lilien shares the story of one unusual bird and his human benefactors in the documentary The Legend of Pale Male. The film was an official selection at the 2009 Reel Earth Environmental Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi Cast: Mary Tyler Moore, Charles Kennedy, Lincoln Karim, Marie Winn, Alexander Fisher Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

The Legend of Pale Male

Opens Thursday, Nov 24, 2011 Synopsis: In the early '90s, a red-tailed hawk built a nest on the ledge of a building on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan; while hawks were hardly common in New York City, the bird became a frequent sight in Central Park, and a man from Belgium who had recently arrived in the city became fascinated with the hawk. The immigrant started following the hawk (nicknamed "Pale Male" for its gender and light coloring) and captured its movements with a video camera as the bird took on a certain celebrity status in New York. For the better part of two decades, the Belgian documented the hawk's habits as it found a mate and sired dozens of children, but "Pale Male" became a cause célèbre in 2004 when the tenants of the building where his nest was located declared their intention to remove it, as many New Yorkers stood up in defense of the bird. Filmmaker Frederic Lilien shares the story of one unusual bird and his human benefactors in the documentary The Legend of Pale Male. The film was an official selection at the 2009 Reel Earth Environmental Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi Cast: Mary Tyler Moore, Charles Kennedy, Lincoln Karim, Marie Winn, Alexander Fisher Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

The Legend of Pale Male

Now Playing Synopsis: In the early '90s, a red-tailed hawk built a nest on the ledge of a building on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan; while hawks were hardly common in New York City, the bird became a frequent sight in Central Park, and a man from Belgium who had recently arrived in the city became fascinated with the hawk. The immigrant started following the hawk (nicknamed "Pale Male" for its gender and light coloring) and captured its movements with a video camera as the bird took on a certain celebrity status in New York. For the better part of two decades, the Belgian documented the hawk's habits as it found a mate and sired dozens of children, but "Pale Male" became a cause célèbre in 2004 when the tenants of the building where his nest was located declared their intention to remove it, as many New Yorkers stood up in defense of the bird. Filmmaker Frederic Lilien shares the story of one unusual bird and his human benefactors in the documentary The Legend of Pale Male. The film was an official selection at the 2009 Reel Earth Environmental Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi Cast: Mary Tyler Moore, Charles Kennedy, Lincoln Karim, Marie Winn, Alexander Fisher Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review

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